Christmas is a wonderful time of year, the lights glow late into the evening, the array of food and drink allows your calorie counting to take a back seat and whether you admit it or not – the cheesy tunes make for a super road trip!
So, when planning your winter break to the Highlands, here are a few tips on how to make the most of the festive season for 2018!
Christmas arts, crafts & food fair:
Eden court host a Christmas fair (December 7th – 10th) and it is everything you need to get you in the spirit of Christmas!
A cruise on Loch Ness
Team Jacobite sail 7 days a week, 363 days of the year! So, whatever you do this winter season, be sure to squeeze in a cruise on Loch Ness – trust us, you won’t be disappointed. We are biased, so of course we say its beautiful all year round, but in the winter, there is something so capturing about our very beautiful home!
A winter wonderland:
Frolic in all things festive at Whin Parks Winter Wonderland! Meet Santa, say hello to his reindeer walk amongst the beautifully lit trees and of course, enjoy the thrills of the fairground rides. If you weren’t feeling overly festive before your visit to the park, we can guarantee your search history will be tickets to Lapland upon leaving!
Oh no you didn’t!
It’s the panto of course! Find front row tickets to this year’s panto at Eden Court and immerse yourself in the festive cheer of 2018’s Jack & the Beanstalk. From singing and dancing, to jokes that get more amusing the older we get – nothing says it’s Christmas time, quite like a trip to the panto!
Red Hot highland Fling:
Inverness’ family friendly Hogmanay celebrations take place at the Northern meeting park. Dance your way into 2019 and take in the good old Scottish atmosphere! Live music and performances will see clapping your way into 2019! Oh, and if that doesn’t sound already great – it is completely free!
See you there,